A Cathay Pacific Airways Boeing 777-300ER made an emergency landing at a US military airport in Alaska due to smoke in the aircraft. Cathay said in a statement that flight CX884, en route from Hong Kong to Los Angeles July 29, diverted to Eareckson Air Station on Alaska’s Aleutian Islands "due to smoke detected in the aircraft." The 777 was carrying 276 passengers and 18 crew. "All passengers and crew are safe," Cathay said. American Airlines and LAN codeshared on ...

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